According to columnist Robin Abcarian, “This is just the price you pay when you’re married to a sticky-handed former president who can’t tell the difference between things that belong to him and things that don’t.”
The writer sneered at the quote: “This is her house… it’s her bedroom,” which unnamed Melania friends said led the former first lady to purchase new panties after hers were searched through. Her bedroom is off limits to even her hubby.
Then, Abcarian wrote, “Well, where do they… well, never mind.”
The former first lady got the lowest polling results of any FLOTUS since polling began during Pat Nixon’s presidency, according to Abcarian, who described her as “not a very sympathetic figure.”
Even Hillary Clinton, who was then seeking the Senate, had ratings that were ten points better when she left office.
She became the subject of the article with the heading, “Melania Trump feels violated by the FBI search? People in America feel violated by her husband’s actions.
Although it might be disconcerting to have strangers rummage through your closets and private items, Abcarian maintained that the unprecedented search of Melania’s bedroom and closets was lawful.
She emphasised that the warrant included “all the rooms of Trump’s house.”
It seems that you must endure the occasional search warrant in support of a seldom suspected criminal. And the odd smearing of your underwear by gloved government hands,” Abcarian said.
The blind remarks offered to Radar by Melania Trump’s pals were mocked by Abcarian.
Melania dislikes the notion of others looking through her belongings, a pal told the website. Whoever touched her panties during the raid is unknown. She will never feel at ease wearing them once again.
Additionally, most people are unaware that Melania has a worse fear of germs than her husband. She despises being touched, and she surely doesn’t want to wear underwear that FBI agents have touched all over.
The former first lady wore new underwear, according to those pals, who spoke to Radar.
But truly, other from a few overzealous Trump supporters, who will get worked up about agents handling the former first lady’s belongings?
I truly don’t care, do you, to take from Melania herself, who made the term famous? She continued, citing a famous jacket worn by the previous first lady when she visited immigrant children who had been separated from their parents as a result of a Trump-backed immigration order.
Abcarian reaffirmed that Melania Trump caused it herself in the conclusion of the essay, which also covers the events surrounding the appointment of a special master.
Melania Trump might have thought it was improper for the FBI to search through her drawers. But her spouse is entirely to fault,” she stated.
The FBI search had left Melania feeling “violated,” according to friends, while the former president expressed his disgust on Truth Social.
I’ve just heard that agents searched the First Lady’s wardrobe and personal belongings in her closets,’ Trump tweeted.
The former president hasn’t commented on the Truth Social piece, and Melania Trump’s spokesperson did not answer to DailyMail.com’s request for a comment.
However, by Wednesday afternoon, Fox News had covered the LA Times article because Trump supporters on Twitter were criticising it.